Preventing Another USIS: Cyber Hygiene and Securing Government Data

Preventing Another USIS: Cyber Hygiene and Securing Government Data

 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Center for National Policy
1250 I Street NW, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20005 (map)

The Center for National Policy and The Council on Cybersecurity invite you to join us for an exchange of ideas about the inherent overlap of data and information, and how to safeguard it.

This event will explore the importance of implementing baseline cyber hygiene practices to protect against breaches and prevent another USIS scenario. Hear background and insight from some of the top minds in the field on the available cybersecurity platforms to protect data and prevent intrusions.

Featuring: Tony Sager, Chief Technologist at Council on Cybersecurity, former COO at the Information Assurance Directorate (National Security Agency) & Chris Cummiskey, Acting Undersecretary for Management at the Department of Homeland Security.

Additional Speakers Include:

  • Ken Levine, President and CEO at Digital Guardian
  • John Reed, Managing Editor at Just Security and Research Fellow at NYU School of Law’s Center for Human Rights and Global Justice
  • Bob Stasio, Truman Project Fellow and formerly at NSA’s Cyber Center, U.S. Cyber Command, and U.S. Army’s Signals Intelligence Corps

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